Turning Cooler with Showers

* A line of strong storms is roll across the Upper Peninsula. These storms will be strong and possibly severe. Do expect gusty winds and possible small hail north of Gaylord into the U.P. Overall the line is begining to weaken with a lot more showers than storms. An approaching cold front is bringing the scattered showers and thunderstorms tonight Most of the wet weather will be North of M-72. Severe weather is possible for the U.P. Winds stay strong from the SW at 8-18 mph. Lows range from the upper 50's to middle 60's. The cold front rushes through during the early morning allowing the colder air to invade Northern Michigan. Highs tomorrow will be in the 60's with breezy conditions of 10-20 mph. As the cold air comes across the Great Lakes, lake effect clouds and rain showers are expected, but mainly North of M-72. Most everyone else will see partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. Another cold front comes in Wednesday. This system has the coldest air we've see for a while so get ready for a lot of clouds along with scattered rain showers. The unseasonably cool air settles in with highs in the 50's. Winds turn quite strong with speeds of 10-25 mph making it feel even colder. Frost/Freeze conditions are possible across the region for Thursday, Friday and even Saturday morning. Lows could easily be in the 20's for many locations in the coming nights. The blast of cold air will end the growing season later this week. Skies start to brighten Thursday but it remains very chilly with highs in the 50's. A few lake effect rain showers will still be around but most areas will not see them. After Thursday be ready for a lot of sunshine and warming temperatures.